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Stagnating? Innovate how you innovate with these 5 ideas

Throughout this past year, I've been having conversations with innovation leaders from a couple of BIG companies about re-inventing their innovation capability. The pattern of conversation: we've had a good run, but feel that our process for making … [Read more]

The litmus test for innovation leadership

People are the biggest barrier to innovation. Be it the executive who dominates every conversation, the one that talks but doesn't walk the talk or the one that kills all ideas just because it's not in his/her best interest. Unfortunately that's the … [Read more]

The question Google asks itself to create the future and avoid irrelevance

How does Google do it? I just finished reading How Google Works, a tell all book by Eric Schmidt's and Jonathan Rosenberg about their experience working at the innovation powerhouse. It's a quick read, and much of the material covered, such as how … [Read more]

Homogeneity in an organization breeds failure

Excellence is contagious. A business is only as strong as its people, which is why it's so crucial to hire the right ones. A recent experience triggered this post, one that comes up all the time in the world of entrepreneurship and innovation: how … [Read more]

What large companies still don’t get about marketing innovation

Though we are fairly well into the internet economy where brands can communicate directly with customers in a variety of ways through social networks, one belief from the old order still holds true: incumbent brands believe that in order to win the … [Read more]

What needs to happen for there to be more innovation and startups in LatAm?

Yesterday I watched a panel of LatAm entrepreneurs, advocates and venture capitalists discuss "what needs to happen for there to be more innovation and startups in LATAM?" through Google Hangout. The panelists were: … [Read more]

How to think what no one else thinks

Want to think what nobody has ever thought? Easy, question assumptions. There comes a moment in time where everyone agrees with everybody about pretty much everything. For any sized organization that are focused on creating a culture of relentless … [Read more]